GES BUILDS THREE PV PLANTS OF 131 MWP IN CACERES (SPAIN)
Construction started in March and will last 9 months. The plants will be operational by the end of 2021. The plants are property of Alter Enersun and will generate 243,600 MWh per year which will supply electricity to 70.000 families per year and avoid the emission of 229,675 tons of CO2.
GES, engineering, construction, and maintenance solutions for renewable energies provider, has just started the construction of three photovoltaic plants, property of Alter Enersun, in Caceres (Spain). The projects have a total capacity of 131 MWp and will be operational by November 2021. They will produce 243,300 MW/hour per year which is equivalent to the annual energy consumption of 70.000 families avoiding the emission of 229,675 tons of C02 per year.
In total, the three plants (Caceres 2020, Caceres 2021 and Caceres 2023) will have 240,800 panels of 540 Wp/unit and occupy an extension of 172.88 Ha. GES will provide the full scope of services that includes the design and engineering, construction, equipment and material supplies, commissioning, the required tests for the correct operation of the photovoltaic plants and the voltage step-up substation, as well as the energization process that will be carried out one month before start-up.
The three plants are connected to a 30/220kV voltage step-up substation located at Caceres 2020 plant site, which in turn is connected by an evacuation line to the interconnection substation “SE1 Casar2”.